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Hadrian Primary School

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Y5 Mrs Giles

Welcome to Year 5!

Welcome to Year 5! 1

Dates for your Diary

Monday 7th October - Parents Evening

Friday 25th October 2019  - End of Autumn Term 1

 

Monday 4th November  - Autumn 2

Friday 15th November - Children In Need

Monday 2nd December - Harbour Lights

Thursday 5th December - Christmas Fayre

Wednesday 11th December - Junior Production

Monday 16th December - Carols by Candlelight

Thursday 19th December - Y6 Christmas Party

Friday 20th December - Close for Christmas

Homework

Homework 1

It is vital that children complete all homework given. Homework is set for two reasons - to prepare children for future learning and to consolidate prior learning.

 

English homework is sent out on a Thursday and is to be returned on a Monday - this homework usually consists of spellings and grammar work.  

 

MyMaths homework is set on a Monday and is to be completed by the Thursday.

 

Your child may also be given 'Talk Homework' on a Thursday night which needs to be completed and brought back in on Friday morning, ready for Extended Writing.

 

Y5 children are also expected to go on Reading Plus as much as they can to help with their reading.

 

If your child is struggling with their homework, they are welcome to come and see Mrs Giles BEFORE their homework is due in. This means that we can go over the homework together in enough time. 

 

PE

PE 1
PE lessons in Y5 are subject to change, so please ensure that children have their PE kit every day. We will be going on many trips to take part in tournaments, so it is vital that children have their kits in for training. PE this term will be a Wednesday afternoon.

Great readers make great writers

Great readers make great writers 1
Please ensure that your child is bringing their reading book to school with them everyday. Reading frequently will support and enhance your child's writing ability. They develop so many new ideas from reading and, explore a vast range of vocabulary. It is also imperative that you continue to read with your child at home. Mrs Giles has a collection of new books which your child may be interested in taking home and reading with a parent. 

Curriculum Map 2019/2020

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